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Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 - Emergency Preparedness Biennial Exercise Inspection Report 05000387/2020501 and 05000388/2020501
ADAMS Accession No.  ML20323A217
Subject:  Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Exemption from Annual Force-on-Force Exercise Requirement of 10 CFR Part 73, Appendix B, "General Criteria For Security Personnel," Subsection VI.C.3.(l)(1) (EPID L-2020-LLE-0192 [COVID-19])
ADAMS Accession No. ML20325A017
Nuclear Regulatory Commission - News Release
No: 20-060 December 14, 2020
CONTACT: Ivonne Couret, 301-415-8200
NRC Unveils New Web Design Enhancing Usability and Mobility
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission unveiled its redesigned public website, offering a more modern look for users, providing a streamlined experience, improving functionality, and enhancing security. The site is also mobile-friendly, enabling improved access via smartphones and tablets.
The updated site uses a new Cloud-based content management system, which makes it easier for staff to maintain online information and improves the consistency, quality and timeliness of the NRC information. The CMS tracks the site’s more than 30,000 webpages and 60,000 files in Adobe Portable Document Format. The site also links directly to documents in the online Agencywide Documents Access and Management System.
Subject:  Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Documentation of the Completion of Required Actions Taken in Response to the Lessons Learned from the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Accident
ADAMS Accession No.:   ML20339A397
SUBJECT:  Summary Of November 13, 2020, Meeting With Exelon Generation Company, LLC Regarding A Planned Request For An Alterantive To Certain Documentation Requirements For The Replacement Of Pressure Retaining Bolting (EPID-L-2020-LRM-0102)
ADAMS Accession No.  ML20342A352
West coast’s SLF is excited to host an online conversation with longtime safe-energy advocate Eric Epstein. Epstein is chairman of Three Mile Island Alert, Inc., in Harrisburg, Penn., a group he founded in 1977 to monitor the Peach Bottom, Susquehanna, and Three Mile Island Nuclear generating stations.
Zoom Meeting with Eric Epstein
Friday at 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. (EST), Dec. 11th
>>  Link to Register  <<
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to join the meeting.
In addition to his work with Three Mile Island Alert, Inc., Epstein coordinates EFMR Monitoring, Inc., a nonpartisan, community-based organization established in 1992. EFMR monitored radiation levels at Peach Bottom and Three Mile Island nuclear generating stations, invested in community development, and sponsored remote robotics research. For more then 35 years, Epstein has specialized in research, litigation and has provided expert testimony on the following nuclear issues.
Subject:  Summary of November 4, 2020, Meeting with Exelon Generation Company, LLC Regarding A Planned Request for an Alternative to Reduce the Frequency of Updates to Its Inservice Testing and Inspection Programs
ADAMS Accession No. ML20323A033
Nuclear Regulatory Commission - News Release
No: 20-058 December 2, 2020
CONTACT: David McIntyre, 301-415-8200
NRC Approves License Transfer for Three Mile Island, Unit 2
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has approved the transfer of the license for the Three Mile Island Generating Station, Unit 2, from FirstEnergy Companies to TMI-2 Solutions.
FirstEnergy Companies, comprising Metropolitan Edison Co., Jersey Central Power and Light Co., Pennsylvania Electric Co. and GPU Nuclear Inc., requested the transfer for TMI-2 Solutions to complete the decommissioning of the unit. TMI-2 Solutions is a wholly owned subsidiary of EnergySolutions, a Utah-based radioactive waste disposal company.
The TMI-2 reactor, located approximately 10 miles southeast of Harrisburg, Pa., operated for approximately six months before suffering reactor core damage on March 28, 1979. Subsequently, about 99 percent of the fuel and damaged reactor core material was removed and shipped to the Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory, and in 1993 the plant was placed in a Post-Defueling Monitored Storage status. The license currently authorizes only possession of byproduct and special nuclear materials remaining at the reactor.
The NRC review determined that the proposed transfer complies with NRC regulatory requirements, provides reasonable assurance that public health and safety will be protected, and is not detrimental to the common defense and security.
The approval is effective immediately, and the license will be amended to reflect the new ownership once the sale of Unit 2 is completed.
Dave Marcheskie
Three Mile Island Generating Station


Sirens to sound for three minutes at 12:15 p.m.
LONDONDERRY TWP, Pa (November 30, 2020) — Exelon Generation will conduct its semi-annual, full volume test of the emergency warning sirens surrounding Three Mile Island (TMI) Generating Station on December 3 at approximately 12:15 p.m. 
This will be the final siren test for TMI Unit 1. Although TMI Unit 1 permanently shut down on September 20, 2019, the siren system remains in operation in accordance with local, state and federal emergency planning requirements. In January 2021,  those emergency procedures and processes will be discontinued as part of the decommissioning process.
The emergency warning siren system consists of 96 sirens located in parts of Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties within a 10-mile radius of TMI. The sirens are not a signal to evacuate, but a warning to tune to a local emergency alert broadcast television or radio station. County emergency management authorities activate the sirens, which can be used in the event of any emergency, including severe weather.